Ajla Del Ponte and his 4x100m relay buddies qualified for the broken title for the Eugene World Championship final. Without Mujinga Kampunge, who was left to rest after the efforts of the past few days and replaced by Sarah Acho, the girls closed their battery in fifth place behind the United States, Spain, Nigeria and Italy. However, the time 42 ’73 allowed them to reach the last chapter with the eighth and final time, which is synonymous with unfavorable passage. At night between Saturday and Sunday, in addition to the above, there will also be Great Britain, Germany and Jamaica.
In the men’s field, the United States dominated the semifinals at 37″ 87, ahead of France (38″ 09) and Canada (38″ 10). Marcel Jacobs’ orphans were eliminated.
Laure Hoffmann comes out at 800 m
Another rosocrocciata took part in the semi-finals, Laure Hoffmann just missed reaching the final class of the 800m. Fourth in the 1’59” 88 race, the 25-year-old turned out to be the first to be disqualified from the final eight.
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